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Revolution Poker skin AdamevePoker has revealed that payments owed to it by Revolution are almost five months behind schedule, explaining the reasoning behind the delays that punters have seen on the site.
Speaking to poker forum 2+2, AdamevePoker's Affiliate Manager said that due monies are far enough behind that the site's owners will be making all future withdrawal requests “subject to receiving actual settlements transfers from the network.”
Under most poker networks, a reconciliation process is made each month wherein owed monies are paid to skins to cover rake, tournament fees, and network fees.
Even with its reputation for slow payments, punters have been noticing longer delays in getting their money. Player payouts had been processed in 1-3 business days, although that time frame has jumped up significantly.
The network's largest skin, Lock Poker has also been hit hard by Revolution's delay in payments. Lock has taken steps to separate its high stakes tables from traditional spots as well as announcing that it will segregate casual and experienced poker players.